Iranian lawmakers reportedly shout “Death to America” following vote on increasing funds for missile program and Quds Forces; Iran’s Deputy FM: Bill designed wisely to not violate nuclear deal; Rouhani threatens to restart nuclear program
Iran’s parliament approved a new bill that will direct $260 million to Iran’s missile program.
The new legislation is in retaliation for the United States placing additional sanctions on the Islamic Republic, or as reported by Iranian media to “counter America’s terrorist and adventurist actions”… read more
read more …. US intelligence also estimates from recent tests that North Korea is likely to be able to launch intercontinental ballistic missiles by next year So America now faces is a ruthless, unpredictable dictator who will soon be capable of of launching a nuclear attack on its mainland. This threat confronts President Trump with a scary test..
But while all eyes were fixed on the burly dictator in Pyongyang, hardly anyone noticed that North Korea and Iran this week signed a series of new military accords which are no less dangerous to world peace.
Parliament Speaker Kim Yong Nam, who is rated No. 2 in the Kim regime, ended a 10-day visit to Tehran on Monday, Aug. 7 by inking the new agreements. His official errand in Tehran was to represent Pyongyang at the swearing-in ceremony of President Hassan Rouhani and inaugurate the new North Korean embassy building in the Iranian capital. But he came with a large delegation of North Korean military officers who spent hours in conference with the heads of Iran’s nuclear and missile programs, as well as the leaders of the powerful Revolutionary Guards.
The precise details of Pyongyang’s continued contribution to the upgrade of Iran’s technology in those areas under close wraps. But for Kim, the important thing is Iran’s multibillion dollar investment in the partnership in return in return for allowing Iranian engineers and scientists to work alongside North Korean experts in the two fields.
The irony is that, while the Security Council unanimouslyy approved tough economic sanctions estimated to cost North Korea an estimated $1bn in state revenue – for which President Trump praised the world powers – Kim has managed to lay his hands on enough cash from Tehran to keep his nuclear and missile programs moving apace. Some of that cash comes from the sanction relief the Americans and Europeans granted Iran for signing its 2015 nuclear deal.
Authorities in Iran are increasingly targeting Christian converts with arrests and imprisonments, according to the New York-based Center for Human Rights In Iran.
“In less than two months, since June 2017, Judge Mashallah Ahmadzadeh of Branch 26 of the Revolutionary Court in Tehran has issued long prison sentences to at least 11 Christian converts and the former leader of the Assyrian Pentecostal Church in Iran,” CHRI said in a report.
“Christians are recognized as an official religious minority in Iran’s Constitution, but the state continues to persecute members of the faith, especially converts,” said CHRI’s executive director Hadi Ghaemi. “The state must respect its own laws and international obligations and allow Christians and all religious minorities full freedom of worship.”… read more
Reported 7 killed and 35 injured; Conflicting reports claim one of the terrorists was suicide bomber; Hostages reportedly taken in parliament building
ISIS carried out two terror attacks in Tehran Wednesday morning in the first attack by the terrorist organization in Iran.
The attacks took place at Iran’s parliament building and Mausoleum of Ayatollah Khomeini, the terrorists reportedly taking between 3-5 hostages. A reported seven were killed in two different attacks, one of the attacks a suicide bomber with approximately 35 injured in the shootings.
Iran’s media confirmed the attacks stating “Fighters from the Islamic State attacked Khomeini’s shrine and the Iranian parliament in Tehran.”
Iranian security officials reported that a third attempted attack was foiled.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry released the statement “This morning two terrorist groups attacked the parliament and Imam Khomeini’s shrine… Members of a third group were arrested before being able to carry out any attack.”
ISIS took responsibility for the attack, claiming all the terrorists were suicide bombers.[Full Source]
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Israel has been the enemy since it became a nation and still remains the enemy. The desire to destroy Israel is as strong as ever and there is a plan in place to achieve that goal. One of the plans is they want the name Israel gone and a recent article stated “…the embassy had taken the video from the social media account of a private Saudi citizen without realizing that Israel had been edited out.” This video was the second time they took the word Israel out. Another video by President Trump’s speech “was edited to cut the mention of Israel” and it was removed from the embassy’s social media website.
Another plan is Iran wants to destroy Israel and everything it represents “such a war would mean the destruction of the Zionist regime (Israel)”. Their plan is to continue to create missiles that will reach their goal! They now have a missile that will reach Israel to destroy it according to Fox News. This missile is now in the hands of the Iranians and has a “maximum range of nearly 2,500 miles, potentially putting U.S. forces in the Middle East and Israel within reach”…. read more
Women entering a Christian church in Iran were hassled if they were not wearing a hijab, which is required in public places in Iran.
Women who were entering the Orthodox Christian Holy Savior Cathedral in Isfahan were told by Iran’s “morality police” that they had to wear Islamic veils.
While some women complied, others removed their veils in an act of defiance and protest. Many specifically took issue with being forced to wear the veils at a Christian place of worship, which does not ascribe to Islamic laws of modesty.
Iran’s “morality police” are often brutal in their enforcement of these modesty laws, according to Heatstreet. Women who break the laws are sometimes arrested or even beaten…. read more
lhwm opinion: This is what America and other countries are embracing. The Islam way of things and life. Did you read the part where they beat you or arrest you if you do not follow their rules. What is America thinking? We now have T.V. shows, commercials, schools, work place and movies that are pushing this lifestyle and their culture. This is the truth about this culture,